Shreya Shreya is passionate and driven Class 12 student who is dedicated to learning about and preserving the natural world around her. Shreya has always had a love for plants and animals and has spent countless hours reading books and watching documentaries about their unique characteristics and behaviours. In addition to her love of biology, Shreya is also deeply interested in the environment and the impact humans have on the planet. She spends her free time volunteering with local environmental organizations, participating in social events , and advocating for sustainable living practices. Shreya's academic pursuits reflect her passion for the natural world. She excels in science courses and has taken advanced classes in biology, chemistry, and environmental science. She plans to pursue a degree in environmental science in college and hopes to one day work in the field of conservation biology. Despite her busy schedule, Shreya always finds time to explore the outdoors and observe the plants and animals in her local community. She believes that every person has a responsibility to protect and care for the environment, and she is committed to making a positive impact in the world

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